SOS Boat Handling

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Singles On Sailboats : 

Singles On Sailboats Boat Handling In Tight Places SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places The Basics Environmental Wind Current The Boat Engine Prop Prop Walk Prop Wash Rudder Keel The tricks and tips Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action Directing the power Thruster Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Padding and Piles Wind On, Wind Off Into the Dock Off of the Dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places The Basics Environmental Wind Current 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places The Wind Affects each boat differently More pronounced in docking than most currents Affected by the surrounding landscape ½ of the set and drift 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places The Water Affects each boat differently More pronounced in rivers Affected by the tide ½ of the set and drift 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places The Boat Engine Prop Rudder Keel 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop Walk Differential Water pressure Prop Blade Pitch 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop Walk Water pressure increases with water depth 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop Walk About ½ pound of pressure for each foot of depth 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop Walk Rotation of the propeller causes the blades to encountering varying densities of water 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop Walk Pressure exerted on the prop blades vary as they move through the revolution of the prop 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop Walk Water Pressure is greater on the blade at the deepest point It has less pressure (effect)at the shallowest point in the blades rotation 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Propeller Blade Pitch Angled blades move forward in the water during prop rotation The blades angle (pitch) makes blades work like a paddle wheel, causing prop walk 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder and Keel The Keel and Rudder are like wings in the water Water forces interact with both providing directional control for the boat 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Forward The Keel and Rudder provide control only when water is moving over them The rudder feels water flow from the propeller only in forward 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Forward Left rudder causes the “Prop Wash” across the rudder to push the stern to the right The boat turns to the left 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Forward Once the vessel gains “Headway” the keel interacts with the water The keel causes the boat to turn faster to the left as the boat skews sideways in the water 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Reverse The Prop Wash does not flow across the rudder in reverse Prop walk is the only force in play until the hull (rudder) starts to move through the water 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Reverse Prop walk will start the stern moving in the direction of the Prop Walk Rudder control starts only after water is flowing over the rudder 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Reverse “Hull Flow” is water moving across the hull The Hull Flow interacts with the rudder once the vessel is moving through the water 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Rudder Control in Reverse Once the vessel gains “Sternway” the keel interacts with the water The keel acts as a rudder causing the boat to turn slower as the boat skews sideways in the water 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places The tricks and tips Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action Directing the power Bow Thruster Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Padding and Piles Wind On, Wind Off On to the Dock Off of the Dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action The Prop Walk is to port in reverse The Rudder is placed full to port The Engine is placed in reverse at idle 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action The Prop Walk moves the stern away from the dock You can assist by pushing off the stern 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action As you gain “Sternway “ the rudder can be used to control the boat Use the rudder to control the bow being close to the dock until you are clear 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action Once you are clear of the dock you can back away This is useful for getting off the dock against wind and current 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action Continue the backing until you have clearance to maneuver Give yourself room to turn, and a buffer against wind and current pushing you back to the dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action You are now in a position to go past the end of the dock You controlled the departure without using all available engine power, you had reserves! 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Prop and Rudder Prop Walk in Action You can continue the maneuver to head the opposite direction as you initial docking heading It allows time to put away lines and fenders before moving into a traffic lane 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use the dock and lines to provide a pivot point for your boat Fender your boat to protect the pivot area 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use power to the point where you can rig a stern line forward to a dock cleat The line is looped around the dock cleat so it will run free when dropped 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use the dock and lines to provide a pivot point for your boat Fender your boat to protect the pivot area 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use the dock and lines to provide a pivot point for your boat Fender your boat to protect the pivot area 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use the dock and lines to provide a pivot point for your boat Fender your boat to protect the pivot area 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use the dock and lines to provide a pivot point for your boat Fender your boat to protect the pivot area 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Piles, Cleats, and Dock Lines Directing the Power Use the dock and lines to provide a pivot point for your boat Fender your boat to protect the pivot area 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Use can use rudder and power to turn into a tight slip with the wind coming at you 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power As the bow reaches the centerline of the slip turn the rudder full toward the slip Reduce power to keep the bow from passing the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Use enough power to keep the vessel from drifting back Allow the wind to swing your bow into the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Shift the rudder and go into reverse if your bow over shoots the far pile 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Use power as required The wind will continue to swing your bow 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Now you will be at a better angle to apply power in forward, shift rudder to turn into the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Use power as necessary to get into the slip without having the wind pin you to the pier Use rudder to stay on the windward side of the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Fend off the pier if you get pushed too close Use the ruder to control boat angle in the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Proceed to center your vessel in the slip and use reverse if necessary to reduce headway Get dock lines on windward piles as control lines 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Continue into the slip either using dock lines on the windward piles or fending off the dock Give the crew time to respond to keeping you centered 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Directing the power Secure your vessel in the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Padding and Piles Wind On, Wind Off Into the Dock Off of the Dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Have Dock lines ready Brief your crew before entering the fairway Use only the speed needed to overcome wind / current 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Move to the pivot pile Ensure your crew can get a line around the pile Slow to allow the your crew time to “Capture “ the pile 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Get the line around the pile Take a turn around the cleat leaving slack to move to pivot position Ensure the line is a “Fair Lead” before applying power 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Slowly apply power Control forward movement with the dock line Shift your rudder into the direction of the turn 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Control the arc of the bow swing with the dock line Control the stern swing with the rudder Use only power necessary to slowly turn the vessel 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Increase your rudder to complete the turn and align with the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Reduce power Remove dock line from forward cleat Move dock line aft as you enter slip to use as a stern line 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Enter slip slowly Get other dock lines ready Finish docking as normal 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Pile, Cleats, and Dock Lines Turning points Secure your vessel in the slip 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Turning points Padding and Piles 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Wind On, Wind Off Into the Dock Off of the Dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Wind on to the Dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places : 

SOS – Boat Handing In Tight Places Wind off of the Dock 2/26/2010 Singles On Sailboats Captain Mike Pittinger Sr. SOS Training Proprietary Rough Do Not Reproduce

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